Last day of the Fest today. We are so grateful for all the compliments and purchases! A lot of hard work and a lot of fun getting here...
Pottery from Hills of Clay is currently for sale at The Waxwing in Milwaukee, WI; Tralee Irish Imports & More, Wauwatosa, WI; Boerner Botanical Gardens, Hales Corners, WI; The Wool & Cotton Co, Greendale, WI; Serendipitous Designs, South Milwaukee, WI; Hummingbirch, Bayview, WI and online with Etsy at http://www.etsy.com/shop/HillsofClay.
You may also contact us directly with questions or requests: email@example.com
Sunday, June 29, 2014
Unlike a lot of what we do, this was done with a full cover of black, with the white and red added over the top (all Mayco colors). The clay is Laguna B-Mix Cone 5.
Thanks, Q, for the photos!
Posted by Hills of Clay Pottery at 5:34 PM
Thursday, May 22, 2014
We'll be starting a second Etsy store soon featuring soap and soap dishes, and they will also be available in a soon-to-be-open shop in Waukesha, and at Milwaukee Irish Fest. Here's the scoop...
Handcrafted by Hills of Clay
Why clay soap?
Squeaky clean feeling
Mild and non-drying
Great for all skin types
We are potters, and work with our hands
in clay every day. Lots of hand washing and
exposure to pottery clay led to very dry skin,
which everyday hand soap did not help.
We decided to start making our own
high-quality soap, and started researching
Unlike pottery clay, Kaolin is a fine, white
clay that has been used in skin care and
cosmetic products since ancient times,
and is widely recognized as beneficial to
both dry and oily skin types - with properties
that soothe, detoxify and nourish the skin.
As potters, it was an obvious choice for us
to add clay to our soaps, so we tried it.
We loved the results, and hope you do too!
Our soap base is either clear glycerin or
white goat milk glycerin, made with only
high quality natural ingredients. The glycerin
base makes for a long-lasting bar of soap
that doesn’t melt away after just a few uses.
The soaps make great lather for a squeaky
clean feeling, and also help to soften and
protect the skin. We offer our soaps in a wide
variety of shapes, sizes, colors and fragrances.
Posted by Hills of Clay Pottery at 4:56 AM
Sunday, January 26, 2014
Saturday, January 4, 2014
(He chose the tall, funky set for the gift.)
Happy New Year!!
Posted by Hills of Clay Pottery at 10:41 AM